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Burning Man 2017: Stunning photos from the world’s craziest festival

Burning Man 2017

Started in 1986 as two friends burning an eight-foot statue on a San Francisco beach, the Burning Man has become the world’s craziest festival that sets a 105-feet statue on fire during the summer solstice. The annual gathering in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada also sees various artists and enthusiasts from across the globe to create an imaginative community, which is removed after the event, without impacting the environment.

Highlights from bizarrely brilliant world of Burning Man 2016

Burning Man festival 2016

Burning Man is the biggest and most bizarre week-long art and music festival in the world. This annual gathering takes place in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada. Every year various artists and enthusiasts from across the globe gather at Black Rock City to create a beautiful and imaginative community, which is removed after the event, leaving no trace. This year’s festival lasted from August 28th until September 5th. Have a look at some of the major highlights from Burning Man 2016.

Aerodrome is building world’s first commercial droneport in Nevada

Aerodrome Announces World's First Commercial Droneport

Aerodrome has teamed up with City of Boulder City, Nevada to build the world’s first commercial droneport. Yes, a commercial port for drones! Already broken ground, the 50-acre droneport located approximately 28 miles from the Las Vegas Strip will provide education and certification for commercial drone pilots. It will also offer support for recreational users and drone racers. Currently operational, the permanent and fully funded droneport has the full support and approval of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).